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  • AFC North notebook: Browns start over after trading Richardson

    AFC North notebook: Browns start over after trading Richardson
    The Cleveland Browns sent shock waves throughout the NFL landscape when they traded running back Trent Richardson to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for a 2014 first-round draft pick Wednesday. The blowback of the surprising swap even reached as...
  • Teel Time: Pitt's Savage, quality receivers latest challenge for Virginia Tech defense

    Admission to the Bud Foster Quarterback Club pretty much requires a Heisman Trophy, Pro Bowl paycheck or friendship with the bouncer. The list of passers Virginia Tech’s veteran defensive coordinator has schemed against is that exclusive. Aaron...
  • What they're saying about the Ravens after their 19-16 loss to Steelers

    What they're saying about the Ravens after their 19-16 loss to Steelers
    The Ravens fell to the Steelers in Pittsburgh on Sunday night, sending them into the bye week with plenty of questions. Columnist Mike Preston has delivered his grades, and our team of writers has offered its complete breakdown of the 19-16 loss at...
  • Keith Campbell dies at 58; biologist helped clone Dolly the sheep

    Keith Campbell dies at 58; biologist helped clone Dolly the sheep
    Keith H.S. Campbell, a noted biologist who was a key member of the British team that cloned Dolly the sheep, has died. He was 58. The University of Nottingham, where Campbell worked, said he died Oct. 5 but released no other details. In 1991, Campbell...
  • Dean Drummond dies at 64; microtonal composer and musician

    Drawn to imaginative ideas about sound and pitch, musician and composer Dean Drummond found the traditional instruments of European classical music inadequate to perform the seemingly "out of tune" intervals of microtonal music. So he followed the...
  • Big Ben (baby) questionable for Ravens-Steelers

    Big Ben (baby) questionable for Ravens-Steelers
    As we have seen over the years, it can sometimes take a lot for the Pittsburgh Steelers to drag quarterback Ben Roethlisberger off the field. But the birth of his of his first child might be one thing that can sideline him. “I’m not missing...
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: The top five political stories of 2012.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We're on vacation this week, so there will be a lighter-than-normal posting schedule. But as anyone who reads this blog regularly already knows, we're a nut for lists. Love 'em. Can't get enough of 'em.......
  • Gov. Corbett expected to hit the gas on new road- and bridge-building revenue

     
    It's not official yet, but the familiar "multiple sources" are reporting that Gov. Tom Corbett intends to put the torque of his office behind previous recommendations for ways to raise desperately needed funds to repair our worn highways and repair or...
  • Federal budget #sequester will affect #outdoors

     
    Pennsylvania Fish and Boat executive director John Arway is extremely upset that the federal budget sequester due to go into effect Friday will withhold funds the state’s wildlife and outdoors agencies are due because of user-generate fees, he...
  • Capitol journalism through the ages

     
    Working in the Capitol is like working in a museum every day with the paintings, statues, marble, oak and the frosted glass windows that says “Newspaper Correspondents.” It all makes me feel more important than I actually am. So this......
  • Lafayette-Robert Morris: A scouting report

     
    This is Joe Walton Stadium, probably the nicest looking 3,000-seat facility I have ever seen and the ssite for today's first-ever meeting between Lafayette and Robert Morris. As you can see, all the seating is on one side of the......